The Etruscan Gate at Volterra from the fourth century B.C. Considered to be the oldest known true arch [300×400]
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Close up of the mosaic of Christ Pantocrator, portrayed on the semi-dome of the apse at the Cathedral of Cefalù in Sicily. Made in the 12th century by masters in the technique of mosaic from Constantinople [850x1082]
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Red Figure ceramic colonial Greek pitcher, Pegasus, early Hellenistic Period, ca. 320–310 B.C. Apulia, southern Italy. (1241x1600)
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Pillar carving with a figure of a man, 1st-2nd Century CE, Kushan Dynasty. Mathura Museum, Prayagraj, India. [732×1024]
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Pillar carving with a figure of a man, 1st-2nd Century CE, Kushan Dynasty. Mathura Museum, Prayagraj, India. [732×1024]
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The Carnac stones are a dense collection of megalithic sites in Brittany, France, consisting of stone alignments, dolmens, tumuli and single menhirs. More than 3000 prehistoric standing granite stones were erected between 4500-3300 BC, forming the largest such collection in the world [1200x1929]
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Michelangelo's grocery list from 1518. He illustrated the shopping list because the servant was illiterate. Now part of the collection of the Casa Buonarroti in Florence [1440x2048]
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